[verb pree-fawrm; noun pree-fawrm]
verb (used with object)
to form beforehand.
to determine or decide beforehand: to preform an opinion.
to shape or fashion beforehand: to preform a mold.
any of various uncompleted objects of manufacture after preliminary shaping.
doom, intend, elect, fix, resolve, establish, appoint, decree, foreordain, earmark, decide, fate, devote, predestine, dedicate, preordain, consecrate, design, purpose, determine
Origin of preform
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